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    Displays

    Okay,

    Maybe my last thread came off too strong (no replies...) So I'm trying again with another question. For my sim, I'm going to be using FSX as my software. How do people generally display the instrumentation (i.e. HUD, EICAS) ? My goal was to use the standard FSX displays arranged on a monitor in the right spots.

    Are there third party products that can interface with FSX to provide a richer set of displays other than the standard FSX gauge/glass displays?

    Thanks for your time! Happy Holidays!

    Naitouk

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    Re: Displays

    There are MANY products. Some are free, some are not. Here are just a couple that I remembered off the top of my head.

    http://www.projectmagenta.com/
    http://homepage.ntlworld.com/davidault/software.html#

    There are many more out there, you just have to look around.

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    Re: Displays

    I use Prosim737. Prorviding you are building a 737 it is (for the price) the dogs dangly bits.


    In the words of Pa Larking, it is Perfik... (apologies to people not from the UK who wont have a clue what I am talking about).
    Allan.